Zoltán Juvancz

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Enantiomers and diastereomers of chrysanthemic, permethrinic, and deltamethrinic pyrethroic acids were separated from each other, using positively ionizable permethyl monoamino beta-cyclodextrin (PMMAbetaCD). The highest chiral resolution value was 20.0. The optimum conditions of separation were found to be 16 mM PMMAbetaCD concentration and pH 6.5, where(More)
The members of the enantiomeric pairs frequently show rather different biological effects, so their chiral selective synthesis, pharmacological studies and analysis are necessary. CE has unique advantages in chiral analysis. The most frequently used chiral selectors are CDs in this field. This paper gives a short view on the advantages on CE in direct(More)
A family of single-isomer amino-beta-cyclodextrin (amino-beta-CD) derivatives containing an amino or (hydroxy)alkylamino group in one of the primary positions has been synthesized. The steric effect and hydrogen bond forming ability of the different substituents on enantioseparation of acidic enantiomers has been studied by capillary electrophoresis (CE).(More)
The cis (Z) and trans (E) isomers of clomiphene were separated using capillary electrophoresis. Various derivatives of cyclodextrins (CDs) were applied as buffer additives, achieving a resolution of greater than 18. The effect of various parameters, type and concentration of CDs, type and concentration of background electrolytes (BGEs), pH, and organic(More)
Enantiomers of disopyramide display different biological actions, and therefore chiral selective analysis is necessary. Fifteen different cyclodextrins (CDs) and CD derivatives were tested as capillary electrophoresis (CE) additives for the chiral separation of disopyramide. Eleven types of CDs showed chiral recognition features and four types had a(More)
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